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11:44

Local

Carvajal station: mission impossible for many

Ivan Gelibter

...supported by all the groups on the council and approved unanimously shows how serious the problem is. Over a year later, he is critical of the lack of action. “Torreblanca and Carvajal are urban areas with a large population now and they need proper

13:25

National

Plans for more jobs and stable contracts for older unemployed

MARÍA DOLORESTORTOSA

...have a minimum duration of six months and, like the plans which are aimed at young people, the Junta will focus on the population in the local area. Díaz also announced that 50 million euros would be the incentive to encourage stable employment with

12:13

Local

Torremolinos town hall reaches out to foreign resident population

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos town hall hosted an information day this week aimed at the members of the 20,000-strong foreign population registered in the town. The initiative was to inform the expat community about the administrative procedures that they are ... subject to under Spanish law. The informative talk was held in both Spanish and English and covered several subjects, including housing, tax, the population register (padrón), and traffic-related issues, among other concerns. Residents invited to an ... do not see us as a distant institution, but as an institution they can count on.” The foreign residents registered in Torremolinos amount to 25 per cent of the population.

12:07

LifeStyle

A piece of Finland in the sun

Susana Zamora

These are the official figures, but the true number is much higher because there is a floating population. It could be over 25,000. “Most of those are tourists who come here for a short holiday,” say sources at the Finnish embassy. The Sofia opisto ... Romero, the councillor for Foreign Residents. This town, which has a population of 85,346, accounts for 96 per cent of Finns who have come to live in the province. Minna Kantola is now one of them; four years ago she threw up a comfortable life and stable

11:14

LifeStyle

“A vaccine against the virus that causes bronchiolitis could be a reality in five years”

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

It is a preventive treatment. Until now the focus has only been on children at high risk. Now there is an attempt to develop new therapies which can be applied to the whole population. When could there be a vaccine against RSV? In five years we ... in the United States to develop a vaccine which can be given to an older baby intranasally. It's an attenuated virus vaccine. There are different vaccines, depending on the target population. There are about 50 projects under way at present.

10:41

LifeStyle

Fighting sun damage on the Costa

NIEVES CASTRO

...importance of early cancer diagnoses, and reducing casualties and death. With this international campaign, in collaboration with the Danish consulate, they have managed to reach the Scandinavian population: the Danish, Finnish, Swedish, and Norwegian ... Magazinet' and 'Solkysten', as well as holding information days for health professionals and patients at the Montebello Danish Clinic in Benalmádena. The leaders of the campaign stress the importance of campaigns like this, given the high population of

10:45

LifeStyle

More than 100,000 people in Spain are unaware that they have hepatitis C

ÁLVARO SOTO

...protocol of screening for early detection, so that those at risk, and possibly the population in general, can be tested. The fight against hepatitis C took a giant leap in this country in 2015, when the Ministry of Health approved a strategic plan to ... whether or not the whole population should be screened, because under the age of 35 the rate is barely 0.15 per cent. They do, however, all agree that people at risk should be given priority: prisoners, people who inject or sniff drugs, the children of